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01-07-2020 01:26 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
speaking of firing into the air.

I heard way more pot shots in Fort Lauderdale during New Years than in the sticks of Bradenton

i'll leave it at that.
In Long Beach, CA I once heard fully automatic gunfire on NYE -- probably something in 9mm flavour.
01-06-2020 06:16 AM
skupples speaking of firing into the air.

I heard way more pot shots in Fort Lauderdale during New Years than in the sticks of Bradenton

i'll leave it at that.
01-06-2020 12:21 AM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
pretty sure that's like ... a law or something.
If it's not in the Constitution, it doesn't matter!

*fires into the air*
01-05-2020 04:23 PM
skupples pretty sure that's like ... a law or something. Not some new "thing" they're exploiting. cooler chips can run lower volts @ higher clocks.
01-05-2020 04:18 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by sumitlian View Post
but there is still a little difference, what you are saying is about achieving higher clocks while maintaining volts when you keep cooling, what I was talking about increasing cooling to reducing voltage even more,

Like, let's say if my CPU is stable at 0.980v at 3.7 GHz load and the temp is 39c on load (ambient temp is around 12c), can the vcore has more potential to go even lover say 0.800v if I happen to fit a cooler that could cool it to like 20c on load ? nevermind, I was passing time and the idea came !
The effect, if I'm not mistaken, is the same behind both scenarios. Lower temperature = less friction = easier electron flow.

When the resistance is lower, the voltage is lower for a specific value of current.

Now, how lower you can set voltage for a specific overclock by changing between mainstream coolers is a different story. We're not talking about extreme differences here.
01-05-2020 01:38 PM
sumitlian
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
How did you figure they were getting such high overclocks with LN2?
but there is still a little difference, what you are saying is about achieving higher clocks while maintaining volts when you keep cooling, what I was talking about increasing cooling to reducing voltage even more,

Like, let's say if my CPU is stable at 0.980v at 3.7 GHz load and the temp is 39c on load (ambient temp is around 12c), can the vcore has more potential to go even lover say 0.800v if I happen to fit a cooler that could cool it to like 20c on load ? nevermind, I was passing time and the idea came !
01-05-2020 01:30 PM
sumitlian
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
How did you figure they were getting such high overclocks with LN2?
Aah, now makes sense. Didn't go that far xD !
01-05-2020 01:13 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by sumitlian View Post
Page#7:


If I am not getting it wrong; are they saying that for a given stable OC speed say 5.0 GHz at x.x volts there will still be room to reduce voltage if we could further lower the temp ? This is interesting.
How did you figure they were getting such high overclocks with LN2?
01-05-2020 11:12 AM
sumitlian Page#7:
Quote:
"colder chips run faster at lower voltages, so dropping the temperature significantly by using a beefier cooling solution also allows you to drop the voltage further, which then helps control the voltage axis."
If I am not getting it wrong; are they saying that for a given stable OC speed say 5.0 GHz at x.x volts there will still be room to reduce voltage if we could further lower the temp ? This is interesting.
01-03-2020 09:40 AM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by mothergoose729 View Post
Not to white knight or anything, but can we just take them at their word here? No reason to bring this up at all.
sure.

i look forward to Intel funding a trip to HWBot world champs.
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